I used to avoid cleaning the shower, but this makes it so easy it’s almost fun.

Sparkling clean

Of all the places in a house, the shower is the hardest one to clean. There are few things worse than a poorly cleaned bathroom with dirty tiles, a soap-scummed shower, and a faucet covered in lime buildup. It can get really frustrating, especially since the bathroom is a place that always seems to get dirty immediately after you’ve cleaned it.

A lack of time often leads people to let the dirt rest where it may. But that can now be a thing of the past! There is shower cleansing mixture that puts all the rest to shame. And the best part? You can easily make it at home with just two ingredients. This easy cleanser will quickly take care of every type of grime.
You’ll need:

1 cup liquid dish soap1 cup warm vinegara funnela spray bottlea sponge
Here’s how to do it:

Warm the vinegar on the stove. The liquid should be very warm, but not so hot that you burn yourself. You should still be able to place your finger in.

Use the funnel to transfer the vinegar to a spray bottle and add the dish soap. Simply roll the bottle around to combine it and also so as not to create too much foam in it.

Spray the mixture onto the surface you want to clean and rub it in lightly with a sponge.
Tip: Take care with silicone or rubber caulking—the vinegar may be too abrasive for them.

Let the spray sit for around 30 minutes before rinsing with cold water. You will instantly see how quickly and easily the dirt falls away.

Sparkling clean

The mixture also makes a great floor cleaner; just make sure you don’t slip and fall due to the soap. Your bathroom will be super clean in no time at all and there’s no need to worry about it smelling like vinegar—the aroma goes away on its own!

You’ll have never seen your bathroom shine so brightly! This vinegar mix will be your new go-to bathroom cleanser.



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  2. Laura says:

    I hope someday I can come and see this beautiful magnificent tree

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  4. Eugenia Noriega says:

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  5. Ashwini N D Bobade says:

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  6. William Haddad says:

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  7. Ellie says:

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  9. Toby Stanley says:

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